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Comply Foam Technology

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  1. a patented, high-tech, viscoelastic polyurethane foam created by 3M spinoff Hearing Components and used in consumer electronics, military communication devices, commercial aviation devices, hearing aids and earsets where communication is critical in

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  2. Developed through several grants from the National Institutes of Health to improve and protect hearing, Comply foam technology is used in products manufactured and sold by Oakdale, Minnesota-based Hearing Components

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  3. Hearing Components manufactures several music earphone products using Comply foam technology

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  4. Starting his business in 1990, Dr. Robert Oliveira, biochemist and founder of Hearing Components, obtained seven grants from the National Institutes of Health to study ear canals, determine their biodynamics work and create products to improve the ph

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